Saber’s daily analysis for Oaklawn Park

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Oaklawn Park

Race 1 

$12,500 maidens go six furlongs. No. 4 Wen Jen drops a notch and takes the blinkers off. No. 7 Begin the Begin is a first time starter who looks live and finds a suspect group. It’s interesting that jockey David Cohen rode Wen Jen last out and moves to No. 10 Myan Ghost and jockey Orlando Mojica who rode Myan Ghost moves to Wen Jen. 10-4-7 

Race 2 

$20K claimers non winners of two lifetime travel 1 1/16 miles. No. 3 Delp owns a big last work at Keeneland and he gets his first start off the Tom Amoss. No. 9 Metropol drops second start off the layoff and gets Florent Geroux up in a very live spot. 9**-3 

Race 3 

Arkansas bred maiden fillies and mares travel a flat mile. No. 9 Too Pretty has run back to back races at this level and had a good last work. No. 10 Lovely Lou has run four times with two wins and two thirds. 10-9 

Race 4 

$20K fillies and mares non winners of two lifetime go six furlongs. Lots of early speed in this race and that will lead us to No. 10 Punish who just missed at this level one race back and gets Joel Rosario up today. She exits a productive race and will sit off the hot pace. No. 11 Oh My Oh takes the blinkers off and gets her first start off the Cecil Borel claim, he has won with 6 of his 13 starters at the meet and his brother Calvin will ride. 10-11 

Race 5 

$30K maiden 3-year-old fillies go six furlongs. No. 4 Sky Value ran a solid second first out here for a $40K tag. She drops and gets Joel Rosario. She is the one to beat. No.9Liams Temptest ships in for team Amoss and gets the leading rider Joe Talamo up. No. 12 Minji showed good early speed in her first start at this level and distance finishing third. 4**-9-12 

Race 6 

$12,500 claimers travel 1/16 miles. No. 3 Front Door drops to win second off the Robertino Diodoro claim. No. 4 Dangerfield is in good form for this level and drops back to the level of his claim and owns a big last work. No. 12 Altito exits the same race as Front Door. He will be making a big late run. 3-4-12 

Race 7 

Allowance runners travel a flat mile, No. 5.Dessman is a lightly run 4-year-old colt for trainer Bob Baffert. He has run four times with a win and three seconds, blinkers on today. No. 3 Locally Owned makes a quick return and stretches out and gets Joel Rosario up today. 5**-3 

Race 8 

Grade 3 $350K Count Fleet Sprint Handicap at 6 furlongs. No. 2 Flagstaff is as steady as they come and won the Grade 2 7-furlong San Carlos at Santa Anita in his last race. He has hit the board in 10 of his 11 races. No. 7 Hidden Scroll at one time was thought to be a future star. He didn’t pan out. He looks big in this spot with his dynamite speed. No. 9 Whitemore loves this track. He is a 7-year-old professional race horse. 2-7-9 

Race 9 

$50K optional fillies and mares go six furlongs. No. 1 Shanghai Tariff has run here 10 times with four wins, four seconds and a third. This is her second start off the layoff and owns a bullet last work, all systems are a go. No. 5 Meadow Dance is off the layoff for the high percentage trainer Brad Cox. She had hit the board in all of her nine races. No. 6 Break Even is the stalemate of Meadow Dance. 1***-5-6 

Race 10 

$600K Grade 1 Apple Blossom for fillies and mares at 1 1/6 miles.

No. 5 Point of Honor had a nice prep for this last out at Tampa Bay, we see a big effort today, No. 10 Cookie Dough is very fast and will try to keep No. 11 Serengeti Empress company on the front end. No. 14 Ce Ce is in from Santa Anita off a big win in the Grade 1 Beholder. She is a player in here. 11-10-5-14 

Race 11 

$50K claimers travel 1 1/16 miles. No. 1 Timeline drops second off the layoff, this is a very live spot. No. 2 Kurilov and No. 10 Matrooh both look the main danger. 1***-2-10 

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